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no more tax increases, none. well that's starting from a position of not negotiating. because you can't have entitlement changes without more tax changes. >> rose: yeah. let me turn to gun control watch. dow expect vice president bidetone suggest to the president tomorrow, majer? >> well, several things, charlie. i think he's going to say what the president has already said. he wants to reinstate the assault weapons ban, first put into law in 1994, set on a ten year sunset, was not renewed when it expired. a if you ban on the large capacity ammunition clips, those magazines that hold more than ten bullets, sometimes up to a hundred. and some type of beefing up of the mental health and criminal background check system, currently it applies only to federally licensed firearms dealers. some gun shows don't have all those dealers there and private sales aren't covered. that is a very difficult thing to do from a gun registry and absolute data sealed off sort of way to approach that. the nra has some very strong objections and members of congress might be skeptical rather to a complete req
of their own way in terms of december sprattly kneed economic reform, tax implication, dealing with corruption, opening foreign direct investment ashes lot of indian entrepreneurs are increasingly looking where to invest outside of the country it is not blowing up but underperforming a, underperforming a. >> rose: the political system is not working. >> it is not working well. >> rose: and finally south africa. >> what a sad thing nell son mandela is hot doi wel one ofhe greatt men we have seen in the past century, 9 94 years old is not able to oversee improvement of his government, .. the turn -- >> rose: no political talent in south africa. > very little talent, you see the talent going away, the best who just left the party, by far, you and industry met him on many occasions and he is gone, he bolted, rama know/foe stow one of the wealthiest businessmen, number 2, he is pretty incapable, it is really a turn toward the lowest the denominator of politics, and it is a hell of a lot of populism, south africa is not performing so you look at the brics and brazil is doing well, although the growt
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